Marlee Liss was raped, and she knew how awful it would be for her to relive it during a trial. She wanted a process that would do more than that—she wanted understanding, and closure and she didn't want her assailant to go to prison. So Liss opted for restorative justice.
It's not a widely known option in Canada—though most victims have the right to it—and it's almost unheard of in cases of sexual assault. So why did Liss opt for it? And what was it about the process that worked so well that she's since started an advocacy group to help more people who have survived sexual assault to explore the option?
GUEST: Marlee Liss, author and co-founder of Re-Humanize